10 Television Celebrities Who Are Great Mothers
Being a mom is a full-time role in itself. However, when you are a popular TV star, you get into a double duty mode. You have to maintain a perfect balance between your uber-busy public life for your fans and simultaneously the delicate and new life with the family. It is quite a task, but our divas do it with unflinching perfection. Keep up to date with all your favorite celebrities with a subscription to one of these cable television packages.
Amy Poehler is a seasoned actress, comedian, writer, producer, director and a mom. Starting with Upright Citizens Brigade on Comedy Central to playing Leslie Knop in the recently wrapped, Parks & Recreation, Amy Pohler has done it all. She has two sons, Archibald and Abel and she is an adorable mother to her boys, who makes every possible attempt to be by their side at all times.
Kelly Tyler from Beverly Hills, 90210 is now the mom of three lovely girls, Luca Bella, Lola Ray and Fiona Eve, from her second marriage with Peter Facinelli. After her marriage of 11 years fell apart, it was her daughters that took Garth out of the dumps and helped her move on. The actress is seen with her posse at most of the events.
An incredible performer, this American actress is a mother of two girls. She has her plate always full with roles and her house with awards and kids. From playing Sookie St. James in Gilmore Girls, Dena in Samantha Who?, and Molly in the CBS comedy, Mike and Molley, she has portrayed her acting prowess. Melissa juggles motherhood, television and movies perfectly. She says it’s hard but definitely worth it.
Sarah Jessica Parker
The fashion icon and the diva Carrie Bradshaw from the Sex and the City is also a mother of twin daughters, Marion & Tabitha and a son, James. Sarah Jessica Parker is quite a hands-on parent. She does not have any round the clock help and is always around to watch her kids grow.
This is a mom that is not only a TV actress, but also a noted writer, comedian and even a successful producer. She is known for her stint on Saturday Night Live and her portrayal of Liz Lemon, the head writer on a network with Alec Baldwin on the wildly popular show, 30 Rock. She has two daughters, Alice and Penelope, whom she completely adores and balances her two lives immaculately.
The star of the hit TV series, Modern Family, and the highest paid actress on television became a mother at the age of 25. She, however, never thought that her motherhood in any way made her weak or hampered her career prospects. Rather, according to her, the birth of her son, Manolo Gonzalez Vergara gave her life a purpose and pushed her to work harder for him.
Who can forget the eccentric Monica from the hugely popular NBC show, Friends. Courtney Cox has a beautiful daughter, Coco Arquette. A doting mother she has been juggling between tending to her daughter and working as Jules Cobb in the comedy drama, Cougar Town. She also played the role of Gale in the horror series, Scream.
Mariska Magdolna Hargitay
Sergeant Olivia Benson from Law and Order is a proud mother to her three kids, August, Aamaya, and Andrews. Having lost her own mother early in life, Mariska Magdolna Hargitay understands the significance of such an important figure in a child’s life and is more than dedicated towards raising her children.
The seasoned actress has only one son, Kieran. Julianna Margulies has won the hearts of her audiences with roles like Carol Hathaway in ER and as Alicia Florrick in The Good Wife. She fitted perfectly in both those characters as she did in the role of a mom. She believes that the health of the mother is of utmost importance to keep the house healthy and follows it to the letter too.
Meredith Grey from Grey’s Anatomy, is married to Chris Ivery, a music producer with two daughters, Stella and Sienna. Ellen Pompeo has had a successful career and she has always been excited to be a mother. Though, it was difficult for her to leave her newborn back at home to go to work she takes breaks to make time for her family while taking care of her professional commitments.